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1 Automating Coded UI Testing using Microsoft Testing Tools in Visual Studio 2012 Clive G Hermann

2 Name Title/Function Job Responsibility Testing Experience C# Experience Expectations for the Course Introductions

3 Course Materials

4 1. Overview of Automated Code UI Testing 2. Walkthrough steps from beginning-to-end 3. Creating Manual Tests 4. Creating a coded UI test Using Coded UI Test Builder 5. Automating Coded UI Test Cases 6. Introduction to Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) 7. Anatomy of Coded UI Tests 8. New Visual Studio 2012 ALM Features 9. Automating Coded UI Tests Course Contents

5 6) Data Driven Coded UI Tests 7) Anatomy of Code UI Tests 8) Introduction to Lifecycle Management 9) Extending Coded UI Tests and Action Recordings 10) Testing Large Applications with Multiple UI Maps 11) Using HTML5 Controls in Coded UI Tests 12) Visual Studio 2012 ALM Features 13) Upgrading Coded UI Tests from Visual Studio 2010 Course Contents 2

6 14) Using WPF with Coded UI Tests 15) Best Practices for Coded UI Tests 16) Using the Coded UI Test Logs 17) Using SharePoint with Coded UI Tests 18) ExcelCodedUIHelper Course Contents 3

7 Overview of Automated Code UI Testing

8 70% of all Testing is manual Reality of Automated Testing

9 Replacing a Manual User Interface Test With a Automated User Interface Test o To Allow: Replication Consistency Regression Testing For: Multiple Environments Multiple Versions Code UI Tsting

10 UI Testing o Functional Testing Controls User Interface Whole Application The earlier we catch a bug or potential problem the less it costs! o Image o Manpower 1) Overview of Automated Code UI Testing

11 IT Has a Problem

12 Catching defects as early as possible is the least expensive way to ensure software quality. Kent Beck and Cynthia Andres wrote "Here is the dilemma in software development: defects are expensive, but eliminating defects is also expensive. However, most defects end up costing more than it would have cost to prevent them." Test Early and Often

13 Test-Driven Development o Design the Test o Then Write the Code The Testing Trends Forwards

14 Linking o Help-Desk o Test o Story Board o Task o Unit o Programmer The Testing Trends Backwards - Circular

15 To find the bugs before your users do! UI Testing is END USER TESTING OR TOTAL SYSTEM TESTING OR INFRASTRUCTURE TESTING The Ultimate Goal of Software Testing

16 Manual to Coded UI

17 Guarantee SOFTWARE QUALITY Regression Test each Version or build Test all Environments Provide Developers with all the information required: o To REPRODUCE THE BUG o Trace the steps to get the BUG o Screen shots, IntelliTrace, Logs and Stack Traces NO-REPRO must be ELIMINATED Testers Multiple Roles

18 Clear Separation of Functions Clear Definition of Communication and Collaboration TEAM of Software Quality Tiers of Software Testing

19 2)Walkthrough steps from beginning-to-end

20 Lesson 1 Manual Testing o Using Microsoft Test Manger to create and manage Test Plans o Running Test Cases and Publishing Results o Conducting Exploratory Testing o Fast Forward for Manual Testing Lesson 2 Coded User Interface Testing o Automated Functional Tests – Using CUIT o Create a CUIT from Scratch o Create a CUIT from action recording o Making CUIT more Robust and Flexible 2)Walkthrough steps from beginning-to-end

21 A manual testing process

22 Demo of Simple Calculator Building an App For Manual Testing

23 Demo Automating the Calculator

24 Demo Adding Data

25 Demo Introducing an Error

26 The Calculator Lab 1

27 3 Creating Manual Tests

28 Visual Studio 2012 Supported Test Types

29 Provides a single environment to author and manage Tests Microsoft Test Manager

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32 Quick Start Guide for Manual Testing using Microsoft Test Manager

33 Introducing Managed Exploratory Testing The 5 Minute elevator Video Premium-and-Ultimate-Overview/Visual-Studio-Ultimate Easily-reproducing-issues-through-manual-testing Premium-and-Ultimate-Overview/Visual-Studio-Ultimate Easily-reproducing-issues-through-manual-testing Easily reproducing issues through manual testing

34 6 Data DrivenTests

35 Any Files Used in The Tests Example XML to load Variable and Expected Data Could be: o SQL o Business Connectivity Services o SharePoint Lists o SQL Reports o Excel / PowerPivot o SSAS 6 Data Driven Tests

36 DEMO and Lab

37 4) Creating a coded UI test Using Coded UI Test Builder

38 Test Types Microsoft Test Manager Exploratory Testing Easily reproducing issues through manual testing 4) Creating a coded UI test Using Coded UI Test Builder

39 Demo Lab Authoring a TEST case

40 The first time you run MTM it will prompt o Add Team Foundation Manager If you dont know the Name contact your administrator It might require ServerName:Port Number Microsoft Test Manager

41 TFS and MTM

42 MTM is always connected to TFS Connecting Microsoft Test Manager to TFS

43 A user story can be stated as simply as As an Employee I want to have an efficient way to manage my expenses. The conversation around this statement between the product owner and the development team can raise questions such as: Who can submit expense reports? What states can an expense report be in? When is it possible to change or remove an expense report? What data is required in an expense report to register it correctly? Where are the expense reports stored? For how long? Story Boards

44 An expense report has the following state model: New when created Pending after submitted for approval Approved Rejected Adding Detail to User Stories

45 Allows the Tester to Verify what should happen If this does not Happen o See the Tasks that were assigned to this requirement o See the Programmers assigned to Each Task o Notify the Developer(s) Provide the necessary info to avoid NO REPRO Add this Test to the Suite Story Boards are Vital to Testing

46 Test Plan Properties Figure Figure Test plan properties

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48 Static suite: The content of this suite is manually added test cases. Query-based suite: A query-based suite lists all test cases matching a given work item filter. Requirements-based suite: This suite shows the test cases associated with a selected TFS requirement. Test Suites

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51 Static suite: The content of this suite is manually added test cases. Query-based suite: A query-based suite lists all test cases matching a given work item filter. Requirements-based suite: This suite shows the test cases associated with a selected TFS requirement.

52 Establish Environments Diagnostic Connectors Best Practice o Work with Development Teams o The Developers need to have the same tools to view the test data you collected for them Microsoft released a Test Attachment Cleaner available at o Aka.ms./TFPowerTools Configuring Test Settings

53 Scout o Installing Software and running some initial tests o After the SCOUT is successful it can become a template for other Testers There is an available builds DROPDOWN Click ASSIGN TO PLAN to add a new build to a plan Using Builds

54 Quickly identify tests that need to be run based on changes to code Can Run in the background Track menu => Recommended Tests o Does not recognize DATA changes o Does not recognize other library changes o Does not recognize other Application changes Best Practice - Periodicaly run all Tests Analyzing Impacted Tests

55 Environments may differ: o IE 8,9,10 o Ipad Horizontal/Vertical o BYOD o HTML5 o ETC. Defining Multiple Test Configurations

56 Requirements-Based test suite Query-Based test suite Static Test Suite o Status of tests in TEST SUITE In planning In Progress Completed Test Cases are organized in to Suites

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58 1 – Unit and Component Tests 2 – Functional Tests 3 – Exploratory Testing 4 – Capability Testing Types of Tests

59 Unit and component tests are automated tests written to help the team develop software effectively. With good suites of unit and component level tests we have the safety net that helps us develop software incrementally in short iterations without breaking existing functionality. Invaluable when refactoring code. With good test coverage a developer should feel confident to make a change without knowing all about every dependency. The tests should tell us if we did wrong Unit and Component Tests

60 Functional Tests Functional tests are mainly our traditional scripted system tests in different flavors. It is hard to avoid running these tests manually at first, but we should try to find ways to automate them as we learn more about our product and how it needs to be tested. Many functional tests can be automated and then we can focus on early testing for the manual tester Functional Tests

61 Exploratory testing is a form of software testing in which the individual tester can design and run tests in a freer form. Instead of following detailed test scripts, the tester explores the system under tests based on the user stories As the tester learns how the system behaves the tester can optimize the testing work and focus more on testing than documenting the test process. Exploratory Testing

62 Lastly we have the capability tests. These tests are run against the behavior of the system; o we test non-functional requirements o Performance o Security These tests are generally automated and run using special purpose tools, such as load test frameworks and security analyzers. Capability Testing

63 We should leave this category of tests as manual tests. The focus should be to catch bugs that would fall through the net of automated tests. A key motivation for automated testing is to let do more of exploratory and usability testing because these tests validate how the end-user feels when using the product. Exploratory Testing

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65 Testing Pyramid

66 Testing Structures

67 Demo LAB Using Shared Steps

68 Demo Assigning Configurations

69 When you create a Coded UI Test, the Coded UI Test Builder creates a map of the user interface under test, and also the test methods, parameters, and assertions for all tests. It also creates a class file for each test 7) Anatomy of Coded UI Tests

70 In-Line Programs Sub-Routines Functions Time Sharing On-Line Terminals Client Sever 3 Tier Architecture Thin Client MVC SOA Evolution of Decoupling

71 Developers – View Individual Units of Code Administrators Build Environments and Versions Testers Test Complete Applications De Coupling of Software Testing

72 Inability of TESTERS to test BlackBox Code o 10,000 lines of code could result in 1 Million Routes o Impossible to Test Interface – Contract testing – is practical CLOUD increases the environment exponentially o Interfaces are constant Primary Drivers of SOA

73 Microsoft Windows 2012 Windows 8 Office 2013 Office365 SQL 2012 SharePoint 2012 LINQ 2012 o are all Cloud – SOA Oriented. Microsoft Commitment to the Cloud

74 The platform includes five services: o Live Services for communication and collaboration services o SQL Azure (formerly SQL Services) for data-storage services o AppFabric (formerly.NET Services) for cloud-computing services o SharePoint Services for web-content-management and document- management services o Dynamics CRM Services for customer-relationship-management services Azure Services

75 Microsoft TFS is now Cloud Based Testing is Moving to the CLOUD

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77 Collaboration is the Key to TFS o Developers o Testers – Creating Reproducible Automated Tests o Administrators – Builders of (Virtual Machines and Versions) Using TFS in the cloud can help us enhance collaboration It can also enhance collaboration in an organization with geographically spread locations. Benefits of TFS in the Cloud

78 With TFS in the cloud is that we can neither add our own process template nor make adjustments to the existing templates. Concerns with TFS in the Cloud

79 Interface Testing Viewing Objects from the outside Leads to Unit Testing Test-Driven Design Service Oriented Architecture

80 IT has a Problem! ACCELERATING RATE OF CHANGE

81 Reasons for SOA Rapid Adoption

82 The short answer is: Cloud is an initial application of SOA to infrastructure --its setup, configuration, monitoring, management, with the essential elements of metering and billing added to satisfy the goal of a charge model of e.g., pay-as-you-go -- the specific requirements for XaaS: resource pooling and virtualization, elasticity and multi-tenancy, dynamic configuration and provisioning Cloud paradigm leverages SOA to deliver a charge-based model for non-business specific services; -- infrastructure/hardware -- software --platform https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/mydeveloperworks/blogs/AliArsanjani/?order=asc&maxresult s=15&sortby=0&lang=en https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/mydeveloperworks/blogs/AliArsanjani/?order=asc&maxresult s=15&sortby=0&lang=en What is the Relationship Between Cloud and SOA

83 SIMM https://www2.opengroup.org/ogsys/publicati ons/viewDocument.html?publicationid=12450 &documentid=11340www2.opengroup.org/ogsys/publicati ons/viewDocument.html?publicationid=12450 &documentid=11340

84 Vulnerabilities Security Testing DOD is Insisting on SOA

85 Discoverable Self-Describing Composable Loose Coupling Governed by Policy Independent of Location, Language and Protocol Definition of a Service

86 SOA Maturity Model

87 IT Benefits Of SOA

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93 Clear Separation of Functions Clear Definition of Communication and Collaboration TEAM of Software Quality Tiers of Software Testing

94 The number of versions will increase The number of Environments will increase The need for Automation and Regression Testing will increase UI Testing will still be Complete Application or END- USER Testing The interfaces may Change

95 70% of all Application Testing is MANUAL The UNFORTUNATE REALITY

96 Visual Studio Ultimate, Visual Studio Premium and Test Professional include a Microsoft Test Manager o to help you define and manage your testing effort by using test plans. o You create a test plan and add any test suites, test cases, or configurations that you need Visual Studio 2012

97 In 2012 Visual Studio Improves: o Integration between testing and the rest of the Software Development lifecycle o Example – Better handoff from tester to developer o Less NO REPRO o Improved build-deploy-test workflow o Improved Virtualization Visual Studio 2010 to 2012 Completely Restructured Software Testing

98 Manual Tests Coded UI Tests Unit Tests Web Performance Tests Load Tests Generic Tests Ordered Tests Types of Test Supported by VS 2012

99 Require a Human to Interact with an application Verify some expected result Report on the success of the test Manual Tests

100 Provides the Capability to author tests that automatically interact with user interface Verify Results File Bug Report It can be run Frequently without human intervention Typically more expensive to author and maintain than manual test Coded UI Tests

101 Used by Programmers for Programmers Quickly becoming the standard practice A vital part of Test-Driven Development Generally focus on a lower level than other Testing Ideally a unit is the smallest atomic part - One method of One object Test written before the object It will initially fail o Correct o Re-test o Refactor o Repeat Essential component of Regression Testing Unit Tests

102 Verify that the web site is behaving as expected o Add load to see if the application is still capable of Scaling Web Performance Tests

103 Tests that Application Scales and Performs as Necessary Load Tests

104 Calling external testing systems Results can be automatically parsed to determine success Could be simple console application to XML document exported from LOB Generic Tests

105 Container for other tests Specific order of tests Some run more than once Ordered Tests

106 The Key challenge of Testers Provide Developers with sufficient information to reproduce the problem Most Bugs result in No Repro It Works on my machine Diagnostic Data Adapters

107 A Diagnostic Data Collector is responsible for collecting data about the machine under test o Action Log o ASP.NET Profiler o Code Coverage o IntelliTrace o Event Log o System Information o Test Impact o Video Recorder o Network Emulation Diagnostic Data Adapters

108 Test-Driven Development Unit Testing Developers view

109 Is a software development process that relies on the repetition of a very short development cycle:software development process First the developer writes an (initially failing) automated test casetest case o That defines a desired improvement or new function o Then produces the minimum amount of code to pass that test o Refactors the new code to acceptable standards Refactors Test-driven development (TDD) WikiPedia

110 Not Unit Testing Not Integration Testing Not Regression Testing Whole Application Testing Testers View

111 When requirements or user stories, or features are ready to be tested, you can run your tests for each configuration that you specified UI – User Interface Testing Usability - Testing Requirements-Driven Testing

112 Test Runner: The Test Runner from MTM can create action recordings from a manual test. The action recording can later be used to play back the test session in MTM or to generate a Coded UI test from the recorded steps. Coded UI Test: The implementation of the actual test written in C# or VB.NET. The Coded UI Test is either generated by the Coded UI Test builder code generator or coded directly against the Coded UI Test API. Test Recorder: Records actions from a test session, which then can be used by the Test Runner to automate a generated test or by the coded enerator to create a Coded UI test. Coded UI Test API: The Coded UI Test API can be used to create UI tests which are more tightly connected to the UI elements Technology Managers. These are the core components responsible for mapping UI elements to the underlying technology (i.e. web browser or a rich client). We can implement custom plug-ins to support platforms which the native plug-ins does not support.

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114 These tests are critical to project success The number keeps growing Regression testing is vital Sometimes hundreds or even thousand of tests Managing Automated Tests

115 Supported Platforms As we can see from the architecture overview, the Coded UI tests require support from the platform being tested. For Visual Studio 2012 the following platforms are supported for Coded UI tests as well as action recordings: Internet Explorer 8, 9, 10. Windows Forms 2.0 and later WPF 3.5 and later Windows Win32 (not officially supported but may work) MFC (partially) SharePoint (partially) Dynamics CRM Citrix/Terminal Services (partially) PowerBuilder (partially)

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117 A common requirement of automated tests is to be able to run the test a number of times with different parameters. In Chapter 16 we looked at how we can work with data-driven test in details. The same techniques are valid for coded UI tests as well except that the data source for a UI test often points to the data set managed in the associated test case. Using the test case to manage test data for the automated test is nice because then the tester can update the data directly from inside MTM.

118 Coded UI tests are probably the ideal type of test for regression testing because they give us the opportunity to automatically test the system just like a real user would. But there are a number of issues that make UI tests difficult as a general purpose solution for automation solution, including Requires a UI. Requires a desktop session to run. UI tests are more complex to design and maintain. Difficult to scale. To work around these challenges we generally recommend considering under-the-UI tests as a complement to the UI tests. These tests could be written against the APIs in the system or against the controller layer in an MVC style of application.

119 Another option for running tests from the command-line is to use the Test Case Management command-line tool, TCM.exe. This tool is installed under C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 11.0\Common7\IDE\TCM.exe There are several options for us to start a test run, for instance: Run all tests in a test suite. Locate the Suite Id from the test suite in MTM. tcm run /create /title:"UI Test Run" /planid:5 /suiteid:11 /configid:2 /collection:http://tfs.kangreen.com:8080/tfs /teamproject:"Expense Reporting" You can use tcm.exe to figure out the Ids for plans, suites, and configurations as well: List plans tcm plans /list /collection:http://tfs.kangreen.com:8080/tfs /teamproject:"Expense Reporting" List suites Tcm suites /list /collection:http://tfs.kangreen.com:8080/tfs /teamproject:"Expense Reporting" List configurations tcm configs /list /collection:http://tfs.kangreen.com:8080/tfs /teamproject:"Expense Reporting"

120 Premium-and-Ultimate-Overview/Visual-Studio-Ultimate Easily-testing-user-interfaces-with-Coded-UI-tests Premium-and-Ultimate-Overview/Visual-Studio-Ultimate Easily-testing-user-interfaces-with-Coded-UI-tests Demo Creating a Test Project

121 Components of a Test Plan

122 Automated tests can quickly test whether your application is still working correctly after code changes have been made to your application Automating Test should not take more than about 40% of team members' time Benefits of Automated Testing

123 The problem with user interface tests is not in how to execute them, but what to test. Since human testers would often check the whole round-trip of information, from the GUI to the back-end report First instinct is to replicate that and try to verify business domain rules. This is the Achilles heel of UI tests, and it ultimately leads to enormous waste of time. The Achilles heel of automated tests

124 UI Testing without shooting yourself in the foot implement-ui-testing-without-shooting- yourself-in-the-foot-2/

125 The idea of thinking about these different levels is good because it allows us to write UI-level tests that are easy to understand, efficient to write relatively inexpensive to maintain Checking that delivery is available for two books involves putting a book in a shopping cart. Putting a book in a shopping cart involves a sequence of technical steps. Entering address details does as well. Breaking things down like that and combining lower level concepts into higher level concepts reduces the cognitive load and promotes reuse. Thinking About These Different Levels

126 You can plan, manage and execute both manual and exploratory tests. You can also automate your manual tests after they are stabilized. While you are performing manual and exploratory tests, you can log bugs. o The bug will contain a trace of your recent actions, a snapshot of the state of the system, and a copy of any notes you made while exploring the system. You can record your actions in the test case, so that they can be played back on later occasions. Using Microsoft Test Manager

127 Manual to Coded UI

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129 With Visual Studio 2012 Lab Management it is possible to create an environment based on existing infrastructure without installing SCVMM. This is great because we can now start using Lab Management without any additional installation required. The lab machines in a standard environment can be physical or virtual (or both) and the virtual machine does not have to be managed by SCVMM or Hyper-V. To create a standard environment you only need to know the names of the machine you want to add to the environment and a user account to be used to log in and deploy the test agent service onto the machine. A standard environment can be connected to directly from MTM and the Test Runner making the integration with lab environments really smooth.

130 The alternative to standard environments is to use a SCVMM environment. The key features of a SCVMM environment include Create new machines from templates. New lab machines can automatically be created by anyone (having permissions) running MTM. It is no longer required to send a request to the operations department to get machines created for a new environment or to do other maintenance operations such as starting, stopping, snapshotting, or restoring machines. Support for snapshots. It is possible to work with snapshots from MTM, which enable testers to save state during testing. This is a powerful feature both to unlock the tester if a test case fails (no need to block an environment while waiting for a resolution) but also to give a developer a fixed point in time to reproduce a bug. Connection inside MTM. A SCVMM environment can be connected to MTM and the Test Runner just like with the standard environment.

131 There are a number of metrics to can use as KPIs for software testing. Number of bugs per state. How many bugs do we have that are active, resolved, or closed? Are the number of active bugs increasing and number of resolved and closed bugs constant? Then we need to look into how we perform our testing. Number of bugs sent back from testers for more information. A large number might indicate that communication between developers and testers must improve. Code coverage. This shows us how much of the code has been covered by our automated unit tests. We get the value as a percentage of the whole code. Tests run results. How are our tests performing? Do we have many failed tests? If so, what can we do to improve this? Percent Requirements covered by test cases. Do we write test cases for all our requirements? If not, what is the reason? Percent Requirements covered by testing. Do we actually run the tests we have test cases for? If this figure is low and the figure for Percent Requirements covered by test cases is high we might have an issue we need to deal with.

132 The application tier is the core of TFS. Here we find all services TFS offers. First we find all web services for team project collections. We all recognize this so no further explanation is necessary: Version control Build service Lab management Work Item tracking Team Foundation Framework services. This set of services is running on the Application Tier of TFS and allows us to access the different aspects of Team Foundation Server, including administration, security, and events. They enable us to extend Team Foundation functionality by developing TFS extensions and adapters to integrate third-party tools with TFS We also find the Application Web services:

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136 After you have run your tests, you can report on your progress. When you use test plans to structure your testing approach, you can answer the following questions: How many tests have passed or failed? How many tests still have to be run for this iteration? When will the testing be complete? Which areas of the product have high test failure rates? Which test configurations have high test failure rates? Who has the most tests left to be run? Can resources be reallocated to better balance the remaining testing? Which build should the testers be using based on code changes and bug fixes? The Testers Benefits

137 Essential Guide for Running Automated Tests from a Test Plan

138 Coded UI Test You perform the test manually while CUIT Test Builder runs in the Background You can Specify the Values that should appear in specific fields The CUIT Test Builder Records actions and generates Code Your Main Skills are in Testing not Coding Creating a CUIT

139 You can extend the CUIT code The CUIT Test Builder builds Structured Code Straightforward to copy and adapt If you are a Developer

140 Visual Studio Ultimate, Visual Studio Premium Required Software

141 Planned Exploratory Load and Muli-user The 3 Major UI Test Types

142 Defining Your Testing Effort Using Test Plans Microsoft Test Manager enables you to do three important tasks, as shown in the following illustration:

143 Exploratory testing seeks to find out how the software actually works, and to ask questions about how it will handle difficult and easy cases. The quality of the testing is dependent on the tester's skill of inventing test cases and finding defects. The more the tester knows about the product and different test methods, the better the testing will be.test casesdefectstest methods Exploratory testing

144 The main advantage of exploratory testing is that less preparation is needed, important bugs are found quickly, and at execution time, the approach tends to be more intellectually stimulating than execution of scripted tests. Another major benefit is that testers can use deductive reasoning based on the results of previous results to guide their future testing on the flydeductive reasoning Another benefit is that, after initial testing, most bugs are discovered by some sort of exploratory testing. This can be demonstrated logically by stating, "Programs that pass certain tests tend to continue to pass the same tests and are more likely to fail other tests or scenarios that are yet to be explored. WikiPedia Benefits of Exploratory Testing

145 Disadvantages are that tests invented and performed on the fly can't be reviewed in advance (and by that prevent errors in code and test cases), and that it can be difficult to show exactly which tests have been run. Freestyle exploratory test ideas, when revisited, are unlikely to be performed in exactly the same manner, which can be an advantage if it is important to find new errors; or a disadvantage if it is more important to repeat specific details of the earlier tests. This can be controlled with specific instruction to the tester, or by preparing automated tests where feasible, appropriate, and necessary, and ideally as close to the unit level as possible. DrawBacks of Exploratory Testing

146 Exploratory testing is particularly suitable if reuirements and specifications are incomplete, or if there is lack of time. [7][8] The approach can also be used to verify that previous testing has found the most important defects. [7]reuirements specifications [7][8] [7] Exploratory Testing

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148 Performing Exploratory Testing Using Microsoft Test Manager Performing Exploratory Testing Using Microsoft Test Manager Visual Studio and Exploratory Testing In Microsoft Test Manager open Testing Center Test Do Exploratory Testing I don't see Do Exploratory Testing Your team is using a version of TFS prior to 2012.

149 o Automated Functional Tests – Using CUIT o Create a CUIT from Scratch o Create a CUIT from action recording o Making CUIT more Robust and Flexible Lesson 2 Coded User Interface Testing

150 Contents of a Coded UI Test When you create a Coded UI Test, the Coded UI Test Builder creates a map of the user interface under test, and also the test methods, parameters, and assertions for all tests. It also creates a class file for each test.

151 Automating the Calculator 5) Automating Test Cases

152 Planning and Tracking Architecture, Modeling, and Design Developer Tools Testing Team Foundation Build Version Control

153 Conduct exploratory test sessions. Locate, view, and edit your test methods, UI actions and their associated controls in the UI control map. Quickly track your test plan progress using the Results tab in Microsoft Test Manager. Clone your test plan to work on different releases in parallel. Test Windows Store apps running on a remote device using manual tests or exploratory test sessions. Install and configure agents more easily for Lab Management for Visual Studio Include SCVMM 2012 and clustered Hyper-V hosts in Lab Management for Visual Studio Testing New in VS 2012

154 6 Automating Coded UI Tests

155 Planning and Tracking Architecture, Modeling, and Design Developer Tools Testing Team Foundation Build Version Control 12) New Visual Studio 2012 ALM Features

156 10) Upgrading Coded UI Tests from Visual Studio 2010

157 11) Extending Coded UI Tests and Action Recordings

158 12) Testing Large Applications with Multiple UI Maps

159 13) Using HTML5 Controls in Coded UI Tests

160 14) Using WPF with Coded UI Tests

161 15) Best Practices for Coded UI Tests

162 16) Using the Coded UI Test Logs


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